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Meet Val from Walk the Burgh

🗣️ Locals to know: Meet Valentina Scholar, the woman challenging you to walk (or bike!) the ‘Burgh

(📸: Val of @walktheburgh) We’re back with another edition of The Incline’s Locals to Know series. It’s when we cede the spotlight to a local person or organization who’s made their mark on the larger Pittsburgh community. Keep an eye out over the weeks to come for more of these interviews, and if you know […]

Arts and culture / February 23, 2022

💘 These 100-word love stories from Pittsburghers will make your heart melt

Fred Rogers said it best: “You know, I think everybody longs to be loved and longs to know that he or she is lovable. And consequently, the greatest thing we can do is to help somebody know they’re loved and capable of loving.” That’s why we’re celebrating your love stories this February. Inspired by The […]

Uncategorized / February 10, 2022

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🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Sam Moore, the person helping to take Pittsburgh to the moon

(📸: Courtesy of Moonshot Museum) Once again, it’s time for another edition of The Incline’s Locals to Know series. It’s when we cede the spotlight to a local person or organization who’s made their mark on the larger Pittsburgh community. Keep an eye out over the weeks to come for more of these interviews, and […]

Locals to know / February 8, 2022

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📣 Locals to Know: Richard Hooper champions the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership

(📸: Courtesy of Richard Hooper) (📸: Courtesy of Richard Hooper) Name: Richard Hooper Age: 54 Pronouns: He/Him/His Social Media: @downtownpitt Website: Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Welcome to The Incline’s Locals to Know series. It’s when we cede the spotlight to a local person or organization who’s made their mark on the larger Pittsburgh community. Keep an […]

Locals to know / January 17, 2022

Pittsburgh singer songwriter Bishop Ivy should be on your playlist

Bishop Ivy – a Pittsburgh star

Pittsburgh, we have a star. Bishop Ivy. His is a name Pittsburgh peeps need to have on their radar. Take a little Fleet Foxes (think Shores), Freelance Whales (think Enzymes), maybe a drop of Glen Phillips, and, well, at this point you should get the drift. Bishop Ivy offers up a familiar, definitely-want-this-music-on-your-playlist vibe, but […]

Music / June 20, 2021

Dare to “Listen Courageously”? Join The Incline for this special event.

The director behind the documentary “List(e)n” has partnered with The Incline and sister publications for “Listen Courageously – From Coast to Coast,” a virtual event redefining meaningful communication.

Uncategorized / April 21, 2021

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The Monkey Balls of Pittsburgh

‘What’s up with the monkey balls?’ The story of Pittsburgh’s weirdest tree It’s a tale of woolly mammoth poop, agricultural innovation, and evolutionary anomaly. Shh … nobody tell the monkey ball trees. Their dense, sticky fruit used to feed woolly mammoths 10,000-some years ago. The giant creatures are gone now, of course, but the trees […]

Good to know / February 17, 2021

We’re hiring! Are you The Incline’s next director?

We’re seeking the new Director of The Incline, a community-driven newsletter and media brand that’s about helping Pittsburghers live like they live here.

Staff spotlight / February 1, 2021

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An Online Music Gem for Yinzers

Want to see your favorite bands in concert but they aren’t coming to town? Even better, want to revisit the concerts that were in town? In Pittsburgh? We thought so. The Pittsburgh Music Vault is a YouTube Channel that has just about every major indie/alternative/rock/metal concert video (sometimes audio) that has happened in Pittsburgh (and […]

Music / January 29, 2021

23 gifts for every Pittsburgher on your list

Shop local with these Pittsburgh-made gift ideas for everyone on your list. Let the giving begin and support your favorite local makers and small businesses.

Holidays in the 'Burgh / December 8, 2020